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In the beginning he aspired to smuggle gems from Sri Lanka and live on the island of Fatu Hiva where Gauguin painted. Instead moved to Micronesia and got lost for two years. Fell in lust. Slid down a coconut tree; very painful. Saw a blue moon. Was attacked by sharks but got lucky. Built houses, speared fish, Fell in love. Went home empty handed. Went to school, got bored then graduated. Lived in Mexico, fell in love, got drunk with a cartel hit man. Lived in Indian village, broke two ribs, lost all his money on a cock fight, got lost in a cave but now is found. Published widely acclaimed work. Made mama proud. Worked for newspapers. Worked for Sipa Press. Walked in the desert, got heat stroke, thought he saw God or Jerry Garcia. Recovered. Worked for Life, Fortune, Newsweek, National Geographic. Went to Cuba and smoked cigars. Fell in Love. Married in Havana. She saw him coming a mile away. Fortunate tragedy. Recovered. Worked for New York Times, Discovery Channel, Amgen, Target, etc. Worked in Latin America. Fell in Love with the wrong woman then Fell in love with the right woman Got Married, wife, kid, beagle and garden. The whole nine yards. Beagle ate the house. Likes tomatoes, green tea and bike riding. Most pressing question: "Are we living in a simulation.?"
David launched his photo career while pedaling 3,254 miles across the United States as a bicycling photographer for the American Lung Association. In addition to making still photographs for editorial, commercial, and non-profit organizations, David also directs, shoots, and edits video projects for local, national, and international clients. David and his family live in Madison, Wisconsin with a dog named Winnie, a coop full of chickens, and seven bikes. David works with editorial and commercial clients, including The New York Times Magazine, Organic Valley, Harley Davidson, Outside Magazine, Ford, Forbes, Entrepreneur Magazine, Volkswagan, Runners World, Duluth Trading Co, amazon.com, The Guardian, Saris Cycling Group, AARP, City of Hope, Golf Digest, Accuray, Buell Motorcycles, Time, Ironman North American, American Lung Association, JanSport, & UPS
Kat Schleicher is a freelance commercial and editorial photographer. She was born on the coast of a great lake in Michigan, spent her childhood on a little farm in Central Illinois, lived next to a rice field in Japan, the Rocky Mountains of Colorado and the hills of Los Angeles. She currently resides in Milwaukee, Wisconsin where she and her husband are raising their two young children. She started her photography education at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago, where she graduated with a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Studio.
I was a sergeant in the United States Marine Corps. I could engage a target from 500 yards and fieldstrip an M-16 blindfolded. After serving with some of the bravest people I’ve ever met, I traded my weapon for a camera — and learned about myself. In the years that followed, I was reborn through photojournalism. My work has since taken me around the world — and into the lives of countless beautiful people. Today I shoot a healthy mixture of commercial, editorial, and personal work. If it’s true that we’re all on a fast train to somewhere, you’ll recognize me as the elder statesman with the kid spirit in the front car. Don’t be a stranger.
This is usually the area where photographers pretentiously posture as if they just cured cancer. They talk about how they connect spiritually with their subjects or how they’ve been influenced by Pee Wee Herman. Whatever. I find it quite annoying. In that spirit, I’ll keep my pitch short and sweet. Here’s what you need to know about me. I have more than 30 years experience in newspaper, magazine and commercial photography. I was a director of photography for a midwest ad agency as well as for the Topeka Capital-Journal.I shared in a Pulitzer Prize at the Kansas City Star for its coverage of the Hyatt Skywalk Collapse in 1981. A small piece of it, but a Pulitzer nonetheless. I like to have fun. I ride a road bike a lot, and my family is my number one priority. I won’t tolerate intolerance. I don’t like it when people talk on their cell phones while driving. It’s dangerous. I play the uilleann pipes. I went to law school with my daughter. But the most important things you need to know about me are: I am easy to work with, I don’t take myself too seriously, and I produce great work on a budget and on deadline. And now, I’m a FAA Part 107 Certified Drone pilot offering photography from an aerial perspective, too.
I love what I do. The challenge of making new and compelling images for my clients or for my personal work keeps me moving forward. And meeting new and interesting people is a great perk to any job. I’m always inspired by travel to new locations and new ideas. Starting out in Florida with an English degree, I then moved out to Boulder, Colorado, where I earned my MA in Journalism from the University of Colorado at Boulder. I might have also spent some time hiking and snowboarding while I was out there . . . .
Colin Lenton has spent the last decade with one of the best jobs in the world. Each day brings new and interesting people to photograph and the challenge of making the best photo in any given situation. Colin lives in the East Passyunk neighborhood of Philadelphia, just a block away from his studio at the Bok Building. Colin is comfortable on large and small productions, from startup businesses and non profits, to Fortune 100 companies and some of the world’s largest agencies. He enjoys working in his backyard, but also travels well. Colin welcomes any assignments in warmer climates between January-March.
My name is Greg. I grew up in the South. I never say no to black coffee and chess pie. I know a little bit about a lot of stuff. Like how to tie a bowline, when to prune a rose bush and what makes a tasty rub. I like to pan-fry, sautee, bake, roast and grill whatever I can get my hands on. I married a woman who likes fast cars. Together, we have a couple of kids, a couple of dogs and a trailerful of outdoor gear that is mostly mine. I love my job because I get to meet people from all walks of life. I’ve photographed truck drivers, crabbers, mariachi and linemen. Robot makers, whiskey makers, fridge makers and nut pickers. Professional wrestlers, UN ambassadors, hall-of-famers and polka enthusiasts. Surgeons, CEOs, Air Force One pilots and brewers. Every person I frame up with my camera gives me a little more insight and a broader understanding of what it means to be a person living a life on this planet. Whether I’m telling the stories of real people or working with casting agents to gather the group you like, you can bet I’ll connect with whomever we have on the other side of my camera. Gimme a call and let’s go make some pictures!
Authentic, emotive, and unusual, my images tell stories even when they stand alone. After a couple decades running my own shop and honing my craft as a commercial and editorial photographer, I’m still enamored with the language and allure of the medium. I’m known for my ability to put people at ease — even or especially when they don’t love having their picture taken. A successful shoot is about more than great images; it’s about great customer service. It should be a fun, thorough, and satisfying experience for the client. I enjoy the thrill of overseeing production with a crew of thirty, but also never tire of the intimacy of a small shoot. Assignments have taken me across the country from Memphis to Raleigh to Virginia Beach to Los Angeles. I’ve had the privilege of photographing all kinds of professional talent and real people – from the executive team of a global biotech firm, to presidential primary candidates, to unhoused teens aging out of foster care. In 2019, I relocated from St. Louis to the Pacific Northwest, and now live in weird and magical Portland with my brilliant wife Jackie and our two boys, Jupiter and George.
Inti St. Clair is a lifestyle photographer. Hire her. You’ll have a blast working with her—it’s hard not to when you’re around her positive energy and infectious laugh. You’ll get all the shots you need, plus many more that you didn’t even know you wanted. Want to get to know Inti better? • Ask about life in a teepee. • Ask about flying shotgun with the Blue Angels. • Ask about the countries she’s explored (55 & counting). • Ask about sheep shearing. • Ask about the shoot that resulted in wedding bells & babies. • Ask why her Boston Cream Pie is…infamous. • Ask about swimming with sharks.
If Chad’s photography had a trait it would probably be labeled optimistic. Chad looks to capture the beautiful, the good in the world around us, and the people in it. It could be a pleasant smile, time shared between friends, the solace of a place. “I am a photographer because I want to create, share, elevate the production, and collaborate with others who have creative ideas. I photograph because it’s my way of telling the story.” Chad continues to create content for national brands as well as many local and editorial clients. He lives in Minneapolis, MN with his wife and 3 children.
My passion for photography started when I was 12 years old. My father handed me his Nikon camera and told me to go down to the Texas Stadium sideline and take photos of my brother who was playing football. When we got the film back a few days later we were both pleasantly surprised. I can still remember the exhilaration of that moment. I get that same feeling today when I see the image flash in my viewfinder and later again on my computer. Especially now that I’m doing what I love for people who really need that special image for their company.
Martin Dyrlov´s work is characterised by keeping the motif in focus with clean photos, well balanced both in colour and composition. Whether it´s a food shoot, landscape, lifestyle or portrait it´s the natural daylight "look" thats important to achieve. Born in Bangkok, living both in Asia and Europe he picked up his camera at the age of 13. In Thailand he walked around the streets of Bangkok, photographing monks, temples, and food markets, for the postcard industry, and editorial travel essays. After graduation high school in Bangkok in 1989, he travelled around South East Asia, then returned to Denmark to get an education in the photography business. Four years later, after working for leading photographers in Denmark, Martin established his own studio in Copenhagen, at the age of 24. Martin currently works for advertising, editorial and book publishing, which enables him to be very flexible in styles and looks. Martin is newly based in Copenhagen center harbour area, where his lightning style is influenced by his daylight studio.
Sergiy Kadulin Photography is a private professional practice established in 2013 with the aim to help our customers grow their business through creating high-quality, artistic, engaging and emotional visual stories of their design products. Our domain of knowledge and experience covers all areas related to architectural and interior photography and videography, and we constantly develop our staff to expand to new fields and improve skills valued by our clients. Our customers include architects, interior designers, developers and constructors, hotels, spa, restaurants, cafe, business centers and offices, retail showrooms and shopping centers, furniture and decor manufacturers, construction and industrial companies, medical and sport centers, educational and public establishments, and many other clients in need of high-quality architectural and interior photography.
Every photograph begins with an idea. The job of a photographer is to not only capture the vision, but manipulate it into art, bigger than life and beyond any initial expectations. Photographer, Clay Cook, has learned the importance of going the extra mile, after a long, arduous run in the music business. As a result, his wisdom, field experience and work ethic has pushed him further into an inspiring career in Advertising and Editorial photography. Over a short period of time, Clay has shaped creative projects with brands such as: A&E, History, Lifetime, Comcast, Uproxx, Livestrong, NFL, Papa John’s Pizza and Vince Camuto. In addition, he has brought to life, worldwide assignments for publications such as National Geographic, Time, Forbes, Popular Mechanics, The Guardian and W Magazine.
Kyle Monk has an elegant and unique style blending minimalism with story telling. His work specializes in a range of expertise, covering a broad gamut, from commercial and fine art to documentary. A perfectionist, he believes his education will never be complete and lives to challenge his talents. Kyle’s easy going personality and modest demeanor give comfort and the confidence to all the subjects he works with, even if they have never been photographed professionally before. He is constantly reinventing himself, collaborating with other artists on personal projects and always striving to push his photography.
Storytelling is my passion. I’m a creative photographer, videographer, passionate visual storyteller and NGO Project Manager with more than 20 years of experience. I’m not just looking to create a beautiful face for the product. I want to help to define its entire direction. My passion lies in creating great images and services. My work includes photography, videomaking, editing and everything in between. I’ve worked on creating as well as editing multimedia content for print, web and broadcast. I love video production, as well as photography, virtual reality and graphic design. My work has been published by Italian magazines and Non Profit Organizations such as FAI, Fondo Ambiente Italiano and Mission Bambini Onlus. I’m available for Editorial and Commercial Photo and Video assignments.
Pete Muller is an advertising photographer based in London, UK. Specialising in lifestyle, action and industrial work. Pete is a professional photographer who has worked with multiple clients across the globe.
FRANK IS A SUPER DUPER GOOD PHOTOGRAPHER. A RIDICULOUSLY FUN DAD. A SMASHING HUSBAND. A BRILLIANT SOCCER PLAYER. AND A RESOURCEFUL PROBLEM SOLVER. REACH OUT AND SEE WHAT ELSE HE CAN DO.
Whitney Curtis is a photographer based in St. Louis, Missouri, who tells visual stories for a wide range of editorial, commercial and nonprofit clients. After graduating with a degree in photojournalism from the University of Missouri-Columbia, Whitney worked as a staff photojournalist at The Kansas City Star, northern Utah’s Standard-Examiner and the Daily Herald in suburban Chicago. She is an alumna of the Eddie Adams Workshop, Missouri Photo Workshop and NPPA’s Multimedia Immersion Workshop. She has also received hostile environment and first aid training. As an editorial photojournalist, her work has been honored by the Associated Press, NPPA’s Best of Photojournalism and Women in Photojournalism. Her work has appeared in group exhibitions at the United Nations Visitor Centre, the International Criminal Court in The Hague, The Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art and the Monroe Gallery of Photography.
I love collaborating with my clients and getting to know them. I do whatever it takes to put my clients at ease by making photography fun, creative and enjoyable. I work closely with my clients to take their project from concept to completion. My photo projects have taken me across the street and around the globe. Working under pressure or in a fast-paced environment comes second nature to me. When I’m not shooting, you can probably find me in my garden, hiking something — somewhere or on my yoga mat. My alter ego to photography is being a 200 RYT at Blue Yoga Nyla in North Little Rock. When I’m not shooting, I’m teaching yoga, or deepening my own practice. Currently based in Little Rock, Arkansas, I have degree in journalism with a photojournalism emphasis. I began my professional photography career at the Arkansas Democrat-Gazette where I was a staff photographer for more than 15 years.
Kathy Plunkett graduated from Virginia Tech as a mechanical engineer and spent over a decade working on diesel engines. She loved the challenge, the people that she met, and the opportunities for travel, but the more she traveled the more her passion for photography grew. So she started photographing everything – her friends, her co-workers, strangers – until eventually, she left her successful engineering career to pursue her passion: Creating photographs that tell stories. Kathy currently lives in Lincoln, Nebraska and photographs for commercial, editorial, and individual clients around the region. Her clients consistently compliment her ability to create a relaxed, fun, and professional environment, from one-on-one sessions to sessions involving dozens of talent. Whether it’s a portrait, a capture of a split moment in time, or a completely fabricated scene, Kathy’s photos tell a story with a natural authenticity.
Geneva based Photographer, Aurélien Bergot is specializing in corporate, food, hospitality, products and portraiture photography. Aurélien will assist you in the realization of visual content to tell your story and express your concerns.
After attending Central Michigan University earning degrees in both fine art photography and psychology, followed by a three year stint working in finance, Sullivan headed south to Arizona where he turned his love of photography into a full-time occupation. A visual storyteller and portrait seeker he aims to entertain at times yet find the true subject somewhere in all of it simultaneously, be it shooting celebrities, athletes, or the guy next door. Today, with far reaching clients, Sullivan is one of the most well respected photographers in the Phoenix Metro area. His fine art has been shown in numbers galleries and museums around the states, including locally at the Phoenix Art Museum. Now, take the photographic world of Brandon Sullivan and fuse it with the illustrative world of Kyle Lane where collaborative designs burst through traditionally framed boundaries of visual storytelling. With their unique visual form that combines the most crucial aspects of each of their distinctive talents they are making an altogether integrated and innovative style now referred to as fotostration. Sullivan works out of and co-owns Legend City Studios.
JOHN VALLS STUDIO specializes in capturing the nuance and beauty of food. From farm to fork, with clients running the gamut of the restaurant and winery world. From white linen exposures plated by Beard award winning chefs, to urban exposed-rafter restaurants filled with handcrafted cool, all the way to the farms and vineyards that supply these restaurants with artisan delicacies, John Valls Studio specializes in capturing every part of the food cycle. John and Theresa are John Valls Studio. Whether they are working in the studio or in the field, Theresa unites the necessary elements for the perfect moment and John captures it flawlessly. John shoots all forms of culinary exceptionalism. Upstart restaurants, renowned chefs, wineries, agencies and publishers have all relied on his honed intuitive sense to help discover every project’s true purpose. His vast experience in the studio and in the field help mold his client’s concepts, creating something unforgettable with each photograph.